has a special focus on “intangible” business interruption risks, which pose an increasing threat in today’s interconnected world. A cyber or terrorism incident can result in significant disruption for businesses, even if they are not directly affected. We look at what companies can do to best manage the impact of such unpredictable events.
The world’s changing climate represents another unknown. The issue explores how the global wine-growing business is being changed by extreme weather and what worried vineyard owners can do about it. We also take a deep dive into developments in autonomous shipping, which is anticipated to improve safety at sea despite the fact that widespread implementation will have significant implications for ship-owners and necessitate a very different approach from insurers, in support of their clients.
Check out the featured articles below:
As digitalization spreads, new vulnerabilities are arising that exploit business interconnectivity
Companies can experience BI despite no physical damage if they are in the vicinity of an event
In an increasingly volatile climate, winemakers and vineyard owners must consider insurance solutions more carefully than ever
Designs are currently underway for unmanned cargo ships to operate within a decade. What are the advantages and obstacles?
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